The Legend of Pfizer

by Jeffrey L. Rodengen (Author)

Book Description
Founded as a fine-chemicals manufacturer in 1849, Pfizer has grown into one of
the most innovative healthcare companies in the world. During World War II,
Pfizer used its mass fermentation process to mass-produce the wonder drug
penicillin, thus saving thousands of Allied lives. Today, with revenues topping
$15 billion, Pfizer's drug pipeline is the envy of competitors and its
pharmaceuticals for animals and humans make it a leader in its therapeutic
categories. In 1999, the company celebrated its 150th year in business, and was
named Company of the Year by Forbes Magazine. With information available nowhere
else, this book is the result of years of research, countless interviews, and
extensive archival review. Illustrated with images from the companys inception
to present day, The Legend of Pfizer chronicles the story of a company that has
become an integral part of our lives.

Product Details

Hardcover: 160 pages
Publisher: Write Stuff Syndicate; Ill edition (December 1, 1999)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0945903375



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